It’s kind of ironic when you think of Hillary Clinton speaking in front of the National Baptist Convention, let alone any religious organization, considering her repeated involvement in scandal and corruption.
The laundry list of her misdeeds doesn’t exactly support her as the choice to impart wisdom or set an example for those with moral beliefs or conviction.
At best it’s just another case of pandering.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton delivered a keynote speech at the National Baptist Convention Thrusday night, but photos show that many people failed to show up.
Prior to the speech, workers moved in wall partitions in the giant venue, according to tweets from several reporters who were there.
“This is the day the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it,” Clinton said, citing Scripture as she took the stage at the National Baptist Convention in Kansas City.
She continued by promoting more big government programs she would create, sharing some of her own faith, but then criticizing Christianity stating “I have been very disappointed and sorry that Christianity, which has such great love at its core, is sometimes used to condemn so quickly and judge so harshly.” Amazing isn’t it?
Well apparently many of those attending the convention thought so. In an auditorium with a 5,000 seat capacity, there were 2,000 empty seats!
— Frank Morris (@FrankNewsman) September 8, 2016
— Brian Abel (@BrianAbelTV) September 8, 2016
This really shouldn’t come as any surprise to anyone with common sense. The overwhelming majority of Americans are good, fair minded people. They know when something just isn’t right. People are trying to do the best they can for themselves and their families and most are playing by the rules. They know that if someone acted like Hillary in their little world, they’d have been let go long ago.
Contrast this with the record crowds Donald Trump has been commanding throughout this entire campaign. He’s filling arenas with large crowd overflows. People are craving leadership and he’s delivering.